Tag Archives: nutrition

Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family

I am back, with a large a healthy Baby Godzilla to show for my time away. Now trying to review a book that I read all the way back in September… but here goes. Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family … Continue reading

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Child of Mine

Another excellent recommendation from my friend Dr. M. I think the next book by Satter, Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family, aimed at school aged kids through adults, is probably better for us now. But, this is one is still … Continue reading

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Babies! Part 1 – Fertility

When friends are wanting or having babies, I naturally want to point them to resources. And so many friends are going through this right now and I’m going over the same information over and over in emails, which is tiresome. … Continue reading

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In Defense of Food

In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan After Michael Pollan wrote The Omnivore’s Dilemma, he apparently got a lot of questions from confused readers about what they should actually eat. This is his answer: no recipes, but a lot of … Continue reading

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Sneaky Chef

Sneaky Chef by Missy Chase Lapine Lapine starts the book with a rather lengthy argument for hiding veggies rather than forcing kids to eat them undisguised. She then gets down to business, explaining the theory of hiding unpopular nutrition inside … Continue reading

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Nourishing Traditions

This one comes recommended by my doctor. Complicated enough to think about that I’ve been putting off this review for weeks. But, finally, here it is. Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon Our modern diets, both the typical bad American diet … Continue reading

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